Tuesday, April 24, 2018

2013 AQHA Stallion Limp Biscuit

Limp Biscuit is a 2013 AQHA Stallion, He is the own son of Famous Bugs out of Biscuit Jet Motion who is a daughter of Win Motion.

He is a Barrel Racing money earner and Lisa Johnson of Rafter L Barrel Horses is currently hauling him to work towards his AQHA World Show Qualification in 2018

You can like Rafter L Barrel Horses on Facebook to keep up with their training program as well this amazing AQHA stallion.

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Friday, April 20, 2018

Tomboy Princess Life of Miss B

Brinley Howard is 7 years old and is the perfect mixture of Princess and Tomboy wrapped up in one package.

She loves to play and fight with her big brother, but enjoys her horses more than anything else in the world.  She has two ponies named "Sassy and Poptart" that she runs barrels on around the North Central Texas area.

If you ask her she will tell you that she is obsessed with anything and everything horse related.  Her favorite place to shop isn't the local toy store, or local little girl shop it's Tractor Supply so that she can add to her collection of horses, barns, pens, trucks and trailers.

She enjoys riding motorcycles with her dad and going fast!  She is a straight A student and loves to play and meet new friends.

One of her biggest goals is to place in an open barrel race.  Keep an eye out for this determined young lady, I think her biggest goal will happen sooner than you think.

Photos by Jo H Photography.  www.JoHPhotography.com to book your session

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Shandel Miller of Springtown Texas like many young ladies has been riding horses way before she could even walk.  She started her equine sports career at the local playdays and progressed to the rodeo arena when she was in high school and the age of 14.

Shandel started her youth equestrian days also riding and competing on cutting horses at the ripe old age of 12; from there she progressed and competes in Barrel Racing, a sport she continues to compete at today.

One of her current barrel horses is "STAR" a 23 year old black gelding, she purchased Star when he was 2, trained and still competes on to this day.  Her second horse she trained with the help of The Paul Humphrey Clinics is Gracie, she will tell you those clinics really helped her get Gracie where she is today.

She currently has a 5 year old horse that has been added to her arsenal of horses that she will be starting on barrels.  Shandel lists one of her biggest goals in taking one of her own horses she trains to a futurity or derby in the near future.

Photos by Jo H Photography
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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Luke Sullivan Senior 2018

Luke is a senior in Flower Mound and will be graduating June 2018, his interests are hunting and fishing; but his main interest is his Chevy Truck.

He is Active in FFA and a very active church member, Luke is known as the guy everyone can count on, if you need something this young man will be there to help

He plans to attend Tarleton State University in the fall majoring in Business.

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Monday, April 16, 2018

Gracie Key Senior 2018

Miss Gracie Key, Senior 2018, will be graduating June 2018; She is very active in the North Texas Area competing in NTHSRA Rodeos as well as FFA and very successful showing pigs at the big stock shows in Texas.

She plans to attend OSU and majoring in animal science and possibly pre vet as her interest is in Equine Reproduction..

Gracie has been very successful in the rodeo arena, qualifying for Region 3 Finals in Pole Bending and NTHSRA in Barrel Racing.  She also enjoys roping at the local youth rodeos.

Gracie is also top 3 in her class and is an active member of The National Honor Society.  Gracie is also loves Texas FFA and is an active chapter member and serves as Secretary.

Gracie also competes in FFA in speaking and judging events, she was 5th high individual in horse judging and recently placed 3rd high at a large competition.

I have been so happy to have Gracie represent Jo H Photography this past year as Senior Rep and can't wait to see what her future holds.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Horses in Black

Every month I work on a new project on something that I am not very strong in so that I can learn to become stronger as a photographer and handle any job that may be coming my way.

This next month I wanted to work on Horses with a black background, I have around 8 horses lined up to work on this.  After my session this morning we did capture a couple of the horses that just won AQHA Level I Gold and Silver to get me started.

This is a technique that is greek to me, I reached out to a couple photographers and as you photographers know there is not much you’ll get in the way of help from your local competitition.  One was kind enough to answer and say I am on the right track, at this point I know it’s working on my photoshop more and more.  

Having the horse set up in a good post is HUGE to capturing a great image for your client.

Whatever your weakness make sure you work on it to make it your strengt.


Thursday, April 12, 2018

Lindsey Behring

I have known Lindsey for a few years from the barrel racing world.  She joined the Jo H Photography sponsor "Banner" team in 2018 and I'm excited to have the opportunity to have her represent my business
Lindsey is currently a Junior in Flower Mound, Texas.  She competes in High School Rodeos which includes Barrel racing and Pole Bending.  She has been a member of The North Texas High School Rodeo Association for three years and enjoys competing there against other athletes her age.
Lindsey is happy to have sponsors like Cactus Rose Tack, NRS Trailers and Jo H Photography.

Her future plans has her competing in college rodeos as well as training horses in the future for the public.

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Sunday, April 1, 2018

Friday Night Lights

Friday Night (Good Friday) I had the pleasure of being asked to photograph an evening wedding.  Weddings just make you nervous right off the bat when your asked to photograph, this being an evening wedding I was extra nervous.

I originally told the bride to be that I had never done this type of photography but would be happy to work on it and show her what I as able to do and she could let me know if she wanted me to photograph. That was a month ago and the results of that practice led me to her Friday Night ceremony.

An Elopment ceremony it is called, very small,very personal and I was so happy to be there.  The result is this photo that I walked away very happy with and the Bride loved and was anxious to share.

Friday Night Lights may be something I do a little more in the future.